Papa John's apologizes for comments made about National Football League players

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CEO John Schnatter complained about NFL players' national anthem demonstrations on an earnings call earlier this month, and seemed to blame a decline in Papa John's sales on the fallout from those protests.

But on Tuesday night, Papa John's official Twitter account published a string of tweets addressing their statements on that earnings call.

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It took nearly two weeks for the company to speak on the topic again, but this time, they released a series of tweets apologizing for their actions and blaming players who were peacefully protesting police brutality and social injustices during the Anthem.

In a third tweet, the company says, quote, "We will work with the players and league to find a positive way forward".

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With controversy around the national anthem protests percolating, Papa John's CEO John Schnatter said on the November 1 call, "The NFL leadership has hurt Papa John's shareholders". The tweet goes on to say that Americans should honor the anthem and that there is a way to do both. Open to ideas from all.

"The NFL has hurt us", Schnatter said. Schnatter said Goodell was hurting his company and told investors "NFL leadership has hurt Papa John's shareholders". The NFL has been a long and valued partner over the years. But we're certainly disappointed that the National Football League and its leadership did not resolve the ongoing situation to the satisfaction of all parties long ago.

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Hill also commented on Papa John's apology Tuesday, writing, "This is peak 2017".

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